A tedious life of conformity and routine is not in our DNA. We want action and excitement – danger and play.We are not caricatures of masculinity. We recognize that a balanced life involves relaxation with family, friends, and pets Topic: Mike Cernovich
The Man'yōshū (万葉集?, literally "Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves",) is the oldest existing collection of Japanese poetry, compiled sometime after 759 AD during the Nara period. The anthology is one of the most revered of Japan's poetic compilations. The compiler, or the last in a series of compilers, is today widely believed to be Ōtomo no Yakamochi, although numerous other theories have been proposed. The collection contains poems ranging from AD 347 through 759 the... Topics: Manyoshu, Ōtomo no Yakamochi, Japan, Poetry
The Epic of Gilgamesh is an epic poem from ancient Mesopotamia. Dating from the Third Dynasty of Ur (circa 2100 BC), it is often regarded as the earliest surviving great work of literature. Topics: Gilgamesh, Epic, Mesopotamia
Islam 101 is meant to help people become better educated about the fundamentals of Islam and to help the more knowledgeable better convey the facts to others. Similarly, my book and documentary are meant to serve as concise explanations of the major moving parts of Islam and their implications for Western society. Islam 101 is a condensation of the book and documentary with the aim of lending clarity to the public understanding of Islam and of exposing the inadequacy of prevailing views. All... Topics: Islam, Jihad, Evil, Muhammed, Truth
The Manusmṛti (Sanskrit: मनुस्मृति), also spelled as Manusmriti, is an ancient legal text among the many Dharmaśāstras of Hinduism. It was one of the first Sanskrit texts translated during the British rule of India in 1794, by Sir William Jones, and used to formulate the Hindu law by the colonial government.Over fifty manuscripts of Manusmriti are now known, but the earliest discovered, most translated and presumed authentic version since the 18th-century has... Topics: Manu, Hinduism, Law, Dharma
Al-Biruni’s Arabic Version of Patanjali’s Yogasutra(by Shlomo Pines and Tuvia Gelblum)A Translation of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and a Comparison with Related Texts, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, vol. 52, no. 2 (1989), 265-305, vol. 46, no. 2 (1983), 258-304, vol. 40, no. 3 (1977), 522-549, vol. 29, no. 2 (1966), 302-325.The first text of al-Biruni (A.D. 973-c. 1050) published in Europe which contains a reference to his transaltion of... Topics: albiruni, yoga
The study of the foreign political relationship of Georgia in the XV-XVI centuries has a scientific and practical aim. In the last quarter of the XX century and in the first ten-year of the XXI century the international status of our country radically changed and also its geopolitical importance grew. Due to its special geographical and strategic location Georgia is again interesting for the leading countries, as it was in the ancient epoch and in the Middle Ages. Today it is already a... Topics: History, History of Georgia
The compiled slides of the introductory fluid mechanics course (a fundamental course in mechanical engineering) prepared by Professors Sankar Kumar Som of IIT Kharagpur and Gautam Biswas of IIT Kanpur. Every topic is examined and explained in detail. Topics: fluid mechanics, mechanical engineering, indian institute of technology, pdf, download, notes
Amidst the rich panoply of Jewish Kabbalah, Abraham Abulafia (1240-1291) resonates the most with modern, philosophically minded seekers of direct mystical experience. Abulafia was unique amongst Jewish mystics in providing precise instructions for personal spiritual practice. Despite a severe rabbinical ban, the subterranean influence of Abulafia’s complex of ideas and meditation techniques is evident upon many central figures in the history of Religion and Philosophy, including Chaim Vital,... Topics: Abraham Abulafia, Kabbalah, Mysticism, Judaism, Religion, Philosophy, Maimonides
Capital stars Financial Research Private Limited investment advisory group carrying out operations in the Indian Equities and commodity market. We provide accurate MCX Tips with profitable Commodity Tips for better satisfaction to our customers. MCX Tips Commodity Tips Topics: Mcx Tips, Commodity Tips
Tatler is the student-run newspaper. It serves as the voice of student concerns, as well as a vehicle for information important to CNR students. Tatler comes out monthly, allowing students to learn the skills it takes to put out a printed publication. The paper helps foster the growth of its writers, editors and other staff involved in the process. Topics: College of New Rochelle, Student newspapers and periodicals
Antithesis, wherein are compared together Christs Acts and the Popes, gathered by John Frith, and annexed unto the Revelation of Antichrist, which he translated, 1529. -In: The Works of the English and Scottish Reformers. Thomas Russell, ed. Vol 4,
The Pentateuch Translated by William Tyndale Number of pages: 755 Source: Cambridge University Library "Imprented at Malborow in the lande of Hesse [i.e. Antwerp] : By me Hans Luft [i.e. Johan Hoochstraten], M.CCCCC.xxx. the. xvij dayes of Januarij [17 Jan. 1530]" Topics: Tyndale, William, d. 1536, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Pentateuch, Moses,...
The image of both Churches: after the most wonderfull and heauenly Reuelation of sainct Iohn the Euangelist, contayning a very fruitfull exposition or paraphrase vpon the same. Wherin it is conferred vvith the other scriptures, and most auctorised histories
Cum PriuilegioImprinted at London in Fleetstreate, near unto Saincte Dunstones Church, by Thomas Marshe 1581.First printed edition.Coin clipping and sovereign debasement of the currency have accompanied coinage since its invention. But by the middle of the 16th century the additional substantial influx of precious metal from the Americas to Europe added dramatically to the “strange dearness of things” (Malestroit). Its effects on prices was felt all over Europe and found its literary... Topics: W.S. Gentleman, compendious, Common Weal, Commonweale, Realme, Englande, Queene, Dialogue, Knight,...
The Revelation of S.Ihon reveled, or Paraphrase opening by conference of time and place such things s are both necessary, and prositable for the tyme present: Written in Latine by James Brocard, and Englished by Iames Sanford Gent.
A treatise, touching Antichrist. Wherein, the place, the time, the forme, the workmen, the upholders, the proceeding, and lastly, the ruine and overthrow of the kingdome of Antichrist, is plainly laid open out of the word of God: where also manie darke, and hard places both of Daniell and the Revelation are made manifest.